Last week I mentioned that I was asked to give a 30 minute high level talk on being a technical presenter in the .NET community for the first Presenter Mentor meeting in Dallas. This was a lot of fun, I’m looking forward to seeing this group grow! Although I was speaking to a .NET centric crowd, the principals and concepts that I went in to briefly should be helpful to anyone thinking about doing a lot of presenting.


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Presenter Mentor Kicks Off Today!

October 15, 2008    Category: Events   1 Comment »

bob-incredibles This is a personal reminder that Presenter Mentor kicks off today at the Microsoft Las Colinas building from 11am to 1pm.

What is Presenter Mentor? From the site:

Presenter Mentor is a new user group whose goal is to develop local technical speakers. Have you ever wanted to speak at a user group meeting? Would you like to hobnob with the other speakers at TechFest? This is your opportunity to get on the agenda at a local user group or event.

Today I’ll be kicking things off to talk about "Public Speaking for .NET". This will be sort of big picture look at public speaking and the broader .NET community. I’m looking forward to it! Go check out the site, Dave’s comments, and then head over to CodeZone to register.

Hope to see you there!



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